Xinja Bank Series D Fundraise

Xinja has decided to once again open up our capital raising to a wider range of investors. We would have liked to do this via another equity crowdfunding round, however regulations prevent us from doing so (having more than $25m in assets means we are no longer eligible). This means the offer is only open to ‘sophisticated’ or ‘wholesale’ investors (as defined by ASIC).

What is a ‘sophisticated’ or ‘wholesale investor’ ?

This is a term defined by ASIC (Australian Securities and Investments Commission) and the Corporations Act as a person who has:

– a gross income of $250,000 or more per annum in each of the previous two years or

– net assets of at least $2.5 million or

– is investing in excess of $500,000 or

– holds an AFSL or

– has more than $10m in assets

What is the minimum investment?

The minimum investment parcel is $20,400 for 5,000 shares at $4.08 per share.

How do I find out more about the offer?

If you’re a ‘sophisticated’ or ‘wholesale’ investor and would like to know more, click thru to the website of our partner, Equitise, who handled our prior equity crowdfunding raises, and follow the details below to access the ‘deal room’ and offer document. You’ll need to create an Equitise account (or log in if you have one) to review the documentation. 

To create an account with Equitise

  • Click here
  • Confirm the email you receive to your inbox and select “Sophisticated” as your status
  • Follow the prompts to verify your account electronically by putting in your Full Name, DOB and Address details
  • Provide Equitise with a Sophisticated Investor certificate or similar – here

To login 

  • If you already have an account with Equitise, click here to log in 

To review the offer 

To invest

  • Click on the green “Invest in the Offer” button and enter the amount you wish to invest

For any queries about this process, please contact Equitise via their website chat or on (02) 9119 0585– not Xinja support 🙂

What if I’m not a ‘sophisticated investor’ but want to invest ?

We realise many Xinja customers won’t fall into this category and we did recommend, as part of our recent submission to the Senate Select Committee on Financial Technology and Regulatory Technology (#135), that the asset restriction on companies offering Equity Crowdfunding (which is open to all) be lifted. If this should happen, we plan to do another ECF raise and will let all Xinja customers know as soon as we do.

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